13 contes du Coran et de l'Islam by Malek Chebel

By Malek Chebel

De los angeles naissance du Prophète Mahomet à son ascension au ciel, treize récits pour découvrir l'islam. Les figures les plus célèbres, Abraham ou Abou Bakr, y côtoient des personnages de contes comme Sindbad le Marin et son géant farceur. Tous ces récits ont en commun leur message, un message de lumière...

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8 Iṣfahānī’s text was abridged by another scholar from Isfahan, al-Bundārī. 9 Ibn al-Athīr, al-Kāmil fī ‫ء‬l-tārīkh. Ibn al-Athīr’s ‘‘comprehensive’’ history (alKāmil ) is an essential source for the study of the impact of the Saljūqs on Irāq and their relations with the caliphate. Ibn al-Athīr died in /. Ibn Kathīr, al-Bidāya wa ‫ء‬l-nihāya. Ibn Kathīr (d. /) was a noted Mamlūk scholar and historian. His text provides us with interesting information about the social and intellectual unrest during the Saljūq era.

A prominent example of a Sufi incorporating Ash arī theology. He is an important contributor towards the systematization of Sufi thought. He suffered more than Juwaynī during the persecution of the Ash arī-Shāfi īs, even being dragged out of his home and temporarily imprisoned. Abū Ḥāmid Al-Ghazālī (d. /). The most successful example of a madrasa intellectual in this time period. I will focus not on his well-known philosophical and theological views, which have already received a great deal of scholarly attention, but on his political treatises, such as the alMustaẓhirī, the Naṣīḥat al-mulūk, and the dubious Tuḥfat al-mulūk.

The first vizier of the Saljūqs, and the figure responsible for exiling the Ash arī-Shāfi ī from Khurāsān. He mediated the first meetings between the Saljūqs and the Sufis (Bābā Ṭāhir), as well as their first meeting with the Abbāsid caliph. In these latter meetings, he translated—both literally and in terms of protocol—the discourse for the non-Arabic speaking Saljūq sultan. Niẓām al-Mulk (d. /). The mastermind of the whole Saljūq regime. While his power should not be underestimated, I will also document opposition to him, both from figures such as Kundurī (above), as well as from later rivals such as Tāj al-Mulk and Tarkān Khātūn.

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